It is Big Country, perhaps that can’t be avoided.
Happily running Pepprmint 8 since I upgraded earlier this year.
Just a little show and tell from my stable Debian desktop. “Stretch” is installed on my 1TB HD and is the defacto long term storage archive for my system.
The SSD is running Peppermint 8 and my ancient 5400RPM “distro hopping” drive is home to Ubuntu Mate 16.04.2 at the moment.
Just performed updates to this seven year old netbook and still impressed the amount of work that is possible with an archaic piece of netbook hardware. It was worthless as a Windows PC when my father picked it up new at Costco. However, as soon as he abandoned this thing to a closet I dropped in a new battery and it’s been my third string system.
I’ve ran Xubuntu, Manjaro and Peppermint OS on this system eventually sticking to Trisquel 7 so I would have a free software system in the house. To get wifi working I use a USB dongle from Think Penguin.
- 1.66 GHz Intel Atom N455 64 bit processor
- Upgraded to a whopping 2 GB of RAM
- 320GB 5400 RPM Hard Drive
- 1024×600 LCD
- Up to 8 hours of battery life!
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